Afia Pokuaa, well known as Vhim Lady, is one of the unique but controversial journalist who has absolute control of the local dialect, Twi, and for that matter, eloquently discharge her duty as a journalist. Aside the use of her platform on UTV and Okay FM to condemn government personalities, she also uses her social media platform, Facebook to be precise , to equally criticize politicians.
Today, she made an observation which has received massive condemnations and blasting. She shared a post and stated that the Presidency, Information Ministry and Police are now talking two days after the shooting in Ejura. See post.
This post of her was regarded as flawed and unprofessional because some netizens claimed the shooting did not happen two days ago. Others also claimed that Afia Pokuaa should stop inviting Ghanaians against the authorities. Others also supported the President explaining that the President cannot just stand up and speak when he has no idea about these killings. See some of the reactions.
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